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Quran - The Final Testament - Authorized English Version of the Original By Rashad Khalifa Ph.D.
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PROCLAIMING One unifying religion for all the people. The Book is, without a doubt, a revelation from the Lord of the Universe. The Final Testament comes with built-in physical evidence that it... More > is God's message to you; it is mathematically composed beyond human capability. This proves that God is the Truth, and that He revives the dead, and that He is Omnipotent. This book consolidates all the messages delivered by all of God's messengers into one global message - "Total submission to God - worshiping God and devoting the worship absolutely to Him ALONE!"< Less
Bahrain:- Detailed Photos of Royal Palaces and the Al Bander Gerry Mandering Report By Mr Sam
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Photo's of the Al-Khalifa Palaces in Bahrain in detail taken from space but hidden on Gooogle Earth from Bahrain viewers. Also evidence collected by Briton Al-Bander documenting a secret web led by a... More > member of the Bahrain royal family, with an aim to manipulate the results of coming elections, maintain sectarian distrust and division, and to ensure that Bahrain's Shias remain oppressed and disenfranchised< Less
Risalah al-Mubda' wal-Mi'ad (Arabic Translation) By Muhammad Murad Makki, Imam Rabbani Shaykh Ahmad Sirhindi
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Risalah al-Mubda’ wal-Mi’ād is a compilation of mystic experiences and revelations of Imam Rabbani Shaykh Ahmad Sirhindi (d. 1034 A.H.), the renowned renovator of the second... More > millennium of Islam and the Imam of the Mujaddidi tradition of Sufism (the major branch in the Naqshbandi Sufi way). It was collected and compiled by Mawlana Muhammad Siddiq Badakhshi, a prominent Khalifa of Imam Rabbani, in Ramadan 1019 A.H. (1610 C.E.). It was translated into Arabic by Mawlana Muhammad Murad al-Makki (also called al-Manzilvi), who translated the complete Maktubat (letters) of Imam Rabbani into Arabic. He was a renowned Shaykh in the Naqshbandi tradition and lived in Makkah during the 19th century. At the end is attached the Arabic translation of a short treatise called Athbāt al-Nubuwwah (Proof of Prophethood). It was written by Imam Rabbani at a young age of 18 years, in 989 A.H. (1581 C.E.). The text of both the treatises is based on the books published by Hakikat Kitabevi (Turkey).< Less